This mum’s pregnancy may go down in history as one of the rarest pregnancies of all time.
Is there a ‘good’ time to be pregnant? When the stars align promising you a comfortable journey from trimester one through to labour? According to a TikToker, yes, there is.
Have you been diagnosed with a high-risk pregnancy? Here’s what that means and what it could mean for your pregnancy journey.
Calling all pregnant women – we’ve uncovered a product that is being hailed an actual “life saver” by pregnant mums. It’s a 3-piece pregnancy pillow that’s proven to be the best pregnancy pillow out there for all types of sleepers
Helen had been trying for a baby since she was 28 years old. At 53 years old, she finally welcomed her baby girl but what a journey it was!
Although they were both born on the same day, Noah and Rosalie were actually conceived three weeks apart, meaning their mum fell pregnant while already pregnant. And she’s not the only one!
Keeping track of what foods to avoid during pregnancy can be overwhelming, especially because some are seemingly healthy and harmless. According to the most recent guidelines, here are a few foods to avoid during pregnancy:
We often see comments about hCG in our Pregnancy Mums Australia group so we decided to pull together a bit of a guide on low, high and rising hCG levels.
“The surgeon at this point pops his head over the little drapes that they have and looks at me and my partner and goes: ‘Where’s the baby?’ I’m looking at him like: ‘I don’t know you better find it!'”
While the beginning of labour will be different for every mum and every pregnancy, here are a few signs that labour is quickly approaching (so better pack that hospital bag!) or that you’ve entered the latent phase of labour (here we go!).
This mum was shocked to uncover the reason for her rib pain in pregnancy and, as it turns outs, this actually common! EEK!
Got an ultrasound scan done and want to guess the gender? You’ve come to the right place! Check out these ways to determine gender on ultrasound scans, as early as 6 weeks too!
Yes, pregnancy nose is real! These women are bringing it front and centre and we LOVE them for it!
If you are looking for proof that miracles do happen every day, here it is.
Every birth is different but sometimes we see a pregnancy, labour or birth photo that makes us all go “whoa!”. These 7 pregnancy and birth photos below do just that!
So. Many. Children. And wait until you hear their names!
Talk about a crazy birth story! This one takes the cake.
I don’t know about you, but a nesting party sounds like MY kind of party.
“I was once asked what the itch felt like and I described it as a thousand ants crawling all over your body and not knowing where to scratch first. Looking back, those were the darkest days of my pregnancy and postpartum journey. Yet I hardly see anyone talk about this condition.”
“How can I love another boy? Will I be replacing my first son? How can I love two sons?” This mum’s honesty is so refreshing. Who can relate?
Overdue mums out there, will you test this out?? We’d love to see if it actually brings on labour!